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chris phillips -
Subject: (9-13, 16-28)
Only one third of this is audience, but the rest is decent sounding. Good to have what's here! Casey Jones and Ramble On Rose are quite good, for example.
And yes, the Stella Blue with Pig in Hollywood is superb.
Subject: My very first Dead Concert
I was working at a Jewish summer camp in Palmer, MA when I attended this concert. A carload of observant Jews barreling down the Mass Pike and the interstates at 50 mph in a 3 o the tree old Ford woodie arrived early at the stadium and stood practically under the stage. I have pictures of the concert I would upload if I could. Before the concert started there was a problem with the piano and a tuner had to fix it. What a hot day! What a great concert. What an amazing crowd. The Allman brothers as a bonus. The stars are for the music, the ambiance, the memories— not the recording quality. I will keep searching for a better recording, but as someone who grew up listening to AM transistor radios, this is just fine.
If or when you do come across this real soundboard- your face will drop. the quality is so 5 star- made me come here when I heard it on Sirius- coming fresh from europe- ripping and weaving months and months worth of jams into some groovy dead.
2 star recording
5 star epicness
Subject: sound quality sucks
When I saw sbd/aud mix I was psyched but I could not listen to this. 4.5 stars is misleading, and so is calling any part of this a SBD.
I call for a Allman/Dead tour this year to channel all the crazy energy these guys put forth. Listen to the call and response from Jerry and Betts.
I’ve gotten very spoiled by the soundboard recordings that permeate this site, and as a result often ignore audience recordings (much to my detriment, I am sure). But today I put my headphones on at work and was just too lazy to change to a different show, and I am very thankful I didn’t. Admittedly, the sound is a little rough, but you get used to it, and the audience recording has a wonderful texture to it that the soundboard shows just can’t capture. Just feels like one of those good time, outdoor, casual, hot summer day kind of shows. Nothing that blows you away, but everything very solid and genuine.
Can’t say 5 stars because, well, it just isn’t a 5 star show, but 3 seems unfair. Just some good old fashioned Grateful Dead.
Subject: The GRATEFUL DEAD "Live On Stage" July 16, 1972 at the Dillion Stadium, Hartford, CT, USA
The first 8 songs are audience quality recordings. They are kinda hard to listen to if not for the incredible performances.
Can you imagine all it took to get the DEAD on stage and stuff and then one button isn't pushed and all we get is a crappy recording from the audience...man.
From "Mexicali Blues" to almost the end of "Me and My Uncle" it's SOUNDBOARD quality.
"Mississippi Half Step" and "Sing Me Back Home" are audience quality recordings.
From "Casey Jones" to Johnny B. Goode the audio quality is Soundboard. There's some audio stuff happening during Sugar Magnolia, beware.
The GRATEFUL DEAD have to prove they can still rock n roll without Pigpen. They haven't left the R&B stuff behind yet. "Hey Bo Diddley" is a real treat.
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Eat, Drink, Be Merry and Listen to the GRATEFUL DEAD.
Thanks for the LOVE from 1972.
Subject: on a sad note...
this was the first show without pigpen as an official member. his last show on 6/17/72 at the hollywood bowl has him played some great organ on stella blue
Subject: GREAT SHOW!!
Does anyone have a copy of this show they are willing to trade???
Subject: First full year
This was my first full year following the Dead around the east coast...went to this show fuuly dosed on sugar cubes...Was having a rough time of it for a while. People were turning into lizards...Found my way up to the front on Jerry's side and started to feel much better because I could hear them much better and someone offered me a nice cold one...From that point on BLISS...great to have it available
Subject: At last, I've found it!
My very first GD show! I was a lad of 17 this summer, and finally got to a show, the first of what would prove to be several dozen over the years. I was a big Allman Bros. fan (been to many shows), and sort of a medium Dead fan at this point. After this show, I loved them both.
The next show I would attend would be Watkins Glen the following summer, at which point you could say I became a fully-fledged Deadhead. In fact, I can pinpoint the exact moment - it was the Friday night soundcheck when they played Sugaree - I can remember it like it was, like it was... well, like it was 33 years ago :-)
Anyway, this show was a big eye-opener and mind-opener for me. When the ABB guys came on with the Dead, it was really e-fucking-lectric. I'm listening to NFA-GDTRFB right now. Yow! Pretty snappy! Ol' Berry Oakley was crankin' away - good thing I really like bass!
PS - I'm giving it a 5 for the energy, for the ABB, and simply because it was my "first time" :-)
Subject: LOTTSA BASS!!
Phil is UP quite a bit in the mix. Even in the aud portion you can hear everyone on stage. The Other One is EPIC!!! Sugar Mag has Keith VERY, VERY high in the mix---to the point of distortion drowning out everyone else.
Subject: holy mutha o' gawd
Massive Massive bass that will blow you away! While The aud. portion has to be one of the worst recordings I have ever heard, the second set on this is Huge. The Truckin'>Other One is something you just have to hear. Did I say Massive Bass? I skimmed along thru Other One and I don't even think Bobby sings the 1st verse, heavy jams, whacky meltdowns, and a good 16 min. before a soothing but short He's Gone, and back into the mindblower. I've been spending Way too much time in '73/'74 looking for this very performance. Has some nasty hiss that is more prevalent in the encore, which is also a sleeper/ripper. Why do so many people say to get 6-10-73 when this is so much hotter? Berry Oakley is thundering right along and they are just tearing it up. I hate it when people say You must get this, won't be disappointed, download now, etc. But this is truly sick. Why the crummy aud.? I give it 4 due to the hiss and aud. portion.
Jenry Starling -
Subject: Personal favorite
Hard to say why but this one has always been a personal favorite of mine! I love this phase.
Subject: Great Show
This is a great show. This was also the first show that "Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodleloo" was played at.
Subject: Dead & Allman Bros
I was at this show -- open air track stadium -- cops walking the circle with GD t-shirts on, waving to the stoners -- orange-barrel sunshine!! -- Dead played a few hours, then the Allman Bros played a few hours, then they jammed together. A truly great show. The sound onsite was a lot better than we hear here...so, 4 stars for quality, 5 stars for show
Subject: Listen to tape quality before downloading whole show
The quality of this show is marginal with a large portion being a barely passable audience. The board section is also a bit hissy.
My advice is get the Jam with the Allmans. This is a hot jam and there are very few versions of Bo Diddley available.
Content of show 4
Quality of recordings 2
Subject: Dickey Betts and the Dead!!
It should be noted that the * in the notes signifies that there are some very notable special guests playing with the Dead on these songs. These tracks are *with Dickey Betts, Berry Oakley and Jai Johanny Johanson, and without Phil.
This show is worth getting specifically to hear CD4. The jams between Dickey and Jerry on NFA*> GDTRFB*> Hey Bo Diddley* E: Johnny B. Goode
are nothing short of amazing!!
Until now, this show has been very undercirculated. If you like 6/10/73, then you'll love this show. The sound quality on this show is good especially considering its over 30 years old. This is well worth the download.